Barry Lewis will be a local champion for Wallington North

Local resident Barry Lewis has been selected to succeed popular Lib Dem Councillor Joyce Melican in the Wallington North by-election, following her resignation through ill health.

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Campaign launched to keep 154 bus going to West Croydon

Lib Dem councillors for Beddington South & Roundshaw have launched a campaign against Transport for London (TfL) plans to terminate the 154 bus earlier along the route.

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Council calls on the Government to reverse school cuts

On Monday at Sutton’s Council meeting, opposition Councillors refused to debate a motion proposed by Cllr Jenny Batt over funding pressures facing Sutton’s schools as a result of the government’s new national funding formula.


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Wallington to Victoria train cancelled or delayed 1,101 times- in just THREE MONTHS

Analysis by Sutton Liberal Democrats has revealed that, in the three months to Christmas, Southern Rail cancelled or delayed the Wallington to Victoria journey a staggering 1,101 times.

The revelation comes as rail fares across England and Wales are hiked by an average of 3.1% from this month, which Sutton Liberal Democrats have called “unjustifiable”.


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Sutton Liberal Democrat Council Group support a People’s Vote on Brexit

Following the recent publication of Theresa May’s Brexit Plan, Sutton’s Liberal Democrat Councillors are officially calling for a People’s Vote on Brexit.


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Sutton councillors back Anti-Bullying Week

Sutton councillors overwhelmingly passed a motion last night to seize the initiative and tackle bullying across the borough.


The passing of the motion saw two of the three group leaders- council leader Ruth Dombey (Liberal Democrat), and opposition leader Tim Crowley (Conservative)- jointly sign a pledge to lead by example and end bullying. Nick Mattey, leader of the Sutton Independent Residents group, opted against signing the anti-bullying pledge.

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Sutton’s police taking longer to respond as Tory funding cuts bite

Figures uncovered by Caroline Pidgeon, Liberal Democrat London Assembly Member, show increased waiting times this year for Sutton residents needing police assistance. This comes as Conservative ministers force the Met Police to slash £325 million from its budget.

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Council to lead by example in war on plastic

Lib Dem-run Sutton Council is planning to phase out single-use plastics. The plan will see the Council replace single-use plastics with sustainable or reusable alternatives where possible.

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Delivering on our promises

Plans to build more Council homes, create more local jobs, tackle domestic violence and increase mental health support were voted through at the September Full Council meeting.

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Lib Dems Fire Starting Gun For Belmont Byelection

Sutton Liberal Democrats have selected local resident Dean Juster as our candidate in the upcoming byelection in Belmont.


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